Labor in Mexico draws from a young population with 42% of its 117 million inhabitants between the ages of 20 and 49 yrs. Mexico has established specialized linkage programs between schools and rapidly expanding industries to provide students with industry-specific, highly technical training. Mexico is home for a young, educated and experienced workforce:
Workers in Mexico work a 48-hour week. Minimum wages in Mexico start at almost 60-80% less than the U.S. Mexican factories operating in Mexico have for the past decade enjoyed high rates of employment. Mexico has become an increasingly attractive location due to:
Mexico is also a superb location for service operations. Capitalize on being able to service both English and Spanish speakers, in the same time zone as the U.S NAPS has a successful track record in helping companies establish a call center in Mexico.